Submissions (44)

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Alone Time I never imagine enjoying so much time for myself, I have learned to listen to the birds around, to the water splashing, to the dry leaves I step on. I have discovered a unique nature orchestra that surrounds my days and that I didn't notice with this clarity before
YouthMedia Photography, Colour
Leave me alone! In this poster, I’m asking everyone to save the polar bears. I’m showing that climate change is melting the habitat of the polar bears. I showed the icebergs in the shape of a human face to imply that humans are the cause of the destruction of the Arctic.
Tags: environment, climate change, ocean awareness, global warming, Suncity School
clannapurna Mixed Media
Leave me alone! Name of the Artist: Mahendra Umbarsada (supported by Larsen Toubro Public Charitable Trust) Age: 27 Address: Savroli-Patilpada, Talasari Block, Palghar District, Maharashtra, India. Tribe: Hindu Warli. Title:...
Tags: urbanization, climate change, global warming, Warli Indigenous tribe, maharashtra, india, floods, industrialization
clannapurna Painting
Leave My Home Alone! Shows the effects of deforestation on Animals as well as the effects of logging in Climate change. They drive animals away from their homes and destroy environments crucial to the biodiversity of life on Earth.
Tags: environment, remember, animals, COP 23, Graphic Art, photoshop, kenya
Jamaac Computer Graphics
Not Alone by Samantha In this picture, the girl in the green shirt and purple pants is showing the different feelings you get when you are excluded and included. The expression on her face shows how it feels to be alone and excluded, sad all alone in the dark and miserable. However, on the other hand the girls reflection in the puddle of water demonstrates how it...
TIGstaff Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Why We Are Alone? My art work takes a critical view of social body and cultural issue, I am expressing various meanings indirectly by using symbols, and I leave a part of the interpretation to spectators. In my work called”why we are alone?”, figures have no specific identity or gender because they are symbols of the humanity. This characteristic of the bodies,...
ShahrzadAmin Sculpture
Why We Are Alone? My art work takes a critical view of social body and cultural issue, I am expressing various meanings indirectly by using symbols, and I leave a part of the interpretation to spectators. In my work called”why we are alone?”, figures have no specific identity or gender because they are symbols of the humanity. This characteristic of the bodies,...
ShahrzadAmin Sculpture
Why We Are Alone? My art work takes a critical view of social body and cultural issue, I am expressing various meanings indirectly by using symbols, and I leave a part of the interpretation to spectators. In my work called ”Why We Are Alone?”, figures have no specific identity or gender because they are symbols of the humanity. This characteristic of the...
ShahrzadAmin Sculpture
Not Alone Painting. oil on canvas 151,8 x 142,5 cm 2005
NAKATA Painting, Oil
Humanity It's one thing to acknowledge the less fortunate, and another to do somethng about it. I hope for world peace and light at the end of a tunnel, I hope for wars to end and for the less fortunate in developing countries gain better lives.
Tags: child, boy, sad, art, pencil, help, developing country, raiya jessa, graphite, drawing, person, alone, hands
quest19 Drawing, Pencil